Mark Lanegan compiles 20 years of solo material in anthology box set

The gravel-voiced rock god looks back on more than two decades of solo work.

Mark Lanegan, former Screaming Trees frontman and long-time Queens of the Stone Age associate, has announced a compilation of solo material forthcoming on Light in the Attic.

Has God Seen My Shadow? An Anthology 1989-2011 includes collaborations with Josh Homme, PJ Harvey and J Mascis and combines tracks from his albums on Sub Pop and Beggars with 12 unreleased songs. Due out on January 14 next year, the compilation comes as a box set with three LPs or as a double CD set with a gatefold, and each comes with a book of hand-written lyrics and photos.

Lanegan’s latest album Imitations was released on Vagrant this year and featured his own takes on Nick Cave’s ‘Brompton Oratory’, Bobby Darin’s ‘Mack The Knife’, Nancy Sinatra’s ‘You Only Live Twice’, and more. He also provided vocals for a song on Moby’s Innocents, released this September. [via Pitchfork]

Tracklist:

01 Bombed
02 One Hundred Days
03 Come to Me
04 Mirrored
05 Pill Hill Serenade
06 One Way Street
07 Kimiko’s Dream House
08 Low
09 Resurrection Song
10 Shiloh Town
11 Creeping Coastline of Lights
12 Lexington Slow Down
13 Last One in the World
14 Wheels
15 Mockingbirds
16 Wild Flowers
17 Sunrise
18 Carnival
19 Pendulum
20 The River Rise
21 Dream Lullabye
22 Leaving New River Blues
23 Sympathy
24 To Valencia Courthouse
25 A Song While Waiting
26 Blues for D (Vocal Version)
27 No Contestar
28 Big White Cloud
29 Following the Rain
30 Grey Goes Black
31 Halcyon Daze
32 Blues Run the Game (Live)

Mark Lanegan compiles 20 years of solo material in anthology box set

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